|Ruling in Dominion CRG Proceeding|
The Hearing Examiner issued a ruling in the Dominion CRG proceeding. Dominion filed an application with the Commission to offer six renewable energy tariffs, the CRG Rate Schedules, for non-residential customers with demand of 1,000 kW or greater. A Motion to Dismiss or Stay the Proceeding was filed arguing amongst other things that the Dominion filing failed to include sufficient information upon which the Commission could determine the rates to be just and reasonable or in the public interest. The Hearing Examiner decided to take the request for dismissal "under advisement." While the motion "raises a number of valid issues pertaining to the statutory requirements for the approval [of] tariffs, such as the CRG Rate Schedules," the Hearing Examiner concluded "that the Commission should be afforded the opportunity to consider such issues in the context of a fully developed record." The full text of the Hearing Examiner's Ruling is available on the NEM Website.